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    Senior Member WolfeTone's Avatar
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    So what would format /u achieve?

    The /u switch signals an "unconditional" format which means that no unformat information is stored, all files are erased and all filespace is overwritten with zeroes (actually hex F6h). This ensures that commands like unformat or undelete and utilities such as Norton Unerase will not be able to recover the
    Last edited by WolfeTone; June 29th, 2007 at 11:03 AM.

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